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J-term trip to Washington, D.C. J-term trip to Washington, D.C. Presentation Transcript

  • Washington Memorial, located on the National Mall. D.C. is currently in the process of readying the streets for the inauguration parade of incumbent President Obama. Photo Credit Grace Pettit
  • The entrance to the newest memorial, Martin Luther King Jr., “Build the Dream”. Photo credit Grace Pettit
  • A relief sculpture of Martin Luther King Jr. towers over 20ft of pure granite. Photo credit Grace Pettit.
  • View of the Jefferson Memorial from the MLK Jr. monument. Photo credit Grace Pettit
  • The Lincoln Memorial.Photo credit Grace Pettit
  • Up close and personal with the 16th president himself. Photo credit Grace Pettit
  • View of the Congress building from Pennsylvania Ave. Photo credit Sara Buckley
  • Video installation at the Smithsonian Museum.Photo credit Sara Buckley
  • A man-made horse constructed from steel, but made to look like rustic wood. Locatedin the contemporary exhibition at the Smithsonian.Photo credit Sara Buckley
  • The White House.Photo credit Sara Buckley
  • Exhibition showing at the Hishhorn Museum. Ai Weiwei, who constructed the2008 Beijing Olympic arena, exhibited sculptures and photographs.Photo credit Sara Buckley
  • Indulging in more of Weiwei’s photographs of deconstruction/ reconstruction.Photo credit Sara Buckley.
  • Located in the West Wing of the National Gallery, “Small French Paintings”exhibits many French impressionists, as well as etchings from the masters.Photo credit Sara Buckley.
  • A few paintings located in the “Small French Paintings” exhibit.Photo credit Sara Buckley
  • Print from Andy Warhol,who rose off the popularityof ‘Pop Art’.Photo credit Sara Buckley
  • A gallery in the Corcoran Gallery of Art.Photo credit of Sara Buckley
  • A private viewing and sketching session in the West Wing National Galleryexhibiting Albrecht Durer, Rembrandt and a view others of the 16th century.Photo Credit Sara Buckley
  • Original Rembrandt sketchings.Photo credit Grace Pettit
  • LU student, Maria Wald sketching in the private session of originalmaster’s etchings.Photo credit Sara Buckley